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Happy Father's Day From Weekend Edition

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Happy Father's Day From Weekend Edition

Happy Father's Day From Weekend Edition

Happy Father's Day From Weekend Edition

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Weekend Edition team gives a shout-out to their fathers.

ALISON STEWART, host:

This is NPR's WEEKEND EDITION.

GEMMA WATTERS: Produced by Irwin Watters'(ph) daughter, Gemma.

KIMBERLY ADAMS: Albert Adams Junior's daughter, Kimberly.

THOMAS PIERCE: Mickey Pierce's(ph) son, Thomas.

ELAINE HEINSMAN(ph): (unintelligible) Heinsman's daughter, Elaine.

SARAH BEYER: John Beyer's(ph) daughter, Sarah.

BRIAN REED: Howard Reed's son, Brian.

BRENT BOCHMAN(ph): Hank Bochman's son, Brent.

PATRICK: Luis(ph) (unintelligible) son, Patrick.

VERONICA MILLER: And Veronica, daughter of Ty Miller(ph).

TONY MARCANO: I'm Tony Marcano, senior editor, son of Lester Obain Marcano(ph).

KEE MALESKY: I'm Kee Malesky, reference librarian and daughter of Joe Shields(ph).

BURKE HUNN: I'm technical director and Mike Hunn's son, Burke.

PETER BRESLOW: I'm Dave Brezlow's son, Peter. I produced today's show.

JENNI BERGAL: I'm Bill Miller's daughter, senior editor Jenni Bergal.

DAVAR IRAN ARDALAN: I'm senior producer and Nadir Ardalan's(ph) daughter Davar Iran. (ph).

STEWART: I'm Alison Stewart, daughter of Joseph Turner Stewart, Jr. with special memories of you this first Father's Day without you.

GROUP: Happy Father's Day.

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